On the resonance effect in a rotating magnetic fluid
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Data for the low-frequency magnetic susceptibility of a rotating magnetic fluid measured in a permanent bias field are presented. It is found that the susceptibility of the medium resonantly grows when the rotation frequency coincides with the measuring field frequency. Reasons for and mechanisms behind this phenomenon are discussed.
KeywordsMagnetite Magnetic Susceptibility Rotation Frequency Magnetic Fluid Resonance Effect
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